Today: where to watch today in La Liga

Today: where to watch today in La Liga
Today: where to watch Barcelona vs Real Madrid today in La Liga

It’s ‘El Clásico’ day! Directly from Camp Nou, the giants Barcelona x Real Madrid star in the biggest derby in international football this Sunday, March 19, valid for the 26th round of the Spanish Championship. The ball will roll between the rivals at 5 pm (Brasília time), with a final atmosphere and the promise of a packed stadium.

The derby between Real Madrid and Barcelona is considered the greatest in international football. Stay on top of the complete guide that the DCI portal has prepared for you to enjoy and enjoy.

Where will Barcelona Real Madrid be broadcast today?

The Barcelona x Real Madrid game today will be broadcast on ESPN, on closed TV, and Star Plus, streaming.

PAY TV: via the ESPN channel, El Clásico will be broadcast live to all states in Brazil, available only on pay-TV operators. The fan needs to have the station in the programming. Otherwise, contact the operator.

ONLINE: to see everything on your cell phone, just access Star Plus. The streaming service is only available by subscription, which means that the fan has to pay a certain amount per month to have access to the platform. There are three package options: R$39.90 per month, R$45.90 or R$55.90.

Can you watch the classic for free?

Unfortunately, you can’t watch the Spanish classic for free. Fans must have pay TV at home or subscribe to the streaming service.

No open TV channel has the image rights of the Spanish Championship and, therefore, ESPN is the only broadcaster to broadcast international football matches in Brazil. If you prefer, you can watch it on Star+ streaming and pay the lowest amount per month.

Who has beaten Real Madrid or Barcelona more times?

Barcelona and Real Madrid face each other on 252 occasions, according to data from the statistics website Transfermarkt. The Meringue squad has the advantage with 102 wins, in addition to 51 draws and 99 wins against Barcelona.

In terms of goals, Real also has the advantage with 422 versus 413 for the Catalonia team. However, among the last meetings, Barcelona had the best, with three wins against a triumph for Real.

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Barcelona vs Real Madrid lineups today

For the Spanish derby this Sunday, in the Spanish Championship, the teams of Barcelona x Real Madrid must take the field as follows:

Barcelona likely lineup:

Goalkeeper: Ter Stegen
Defenders: Bucket, Christensen, Koundé, Sergi Roberto
Socks: De Jong, Busquets, Gavi
Forward: Ferran Torres, Raphinha and Lewandowski

Probable Real Madrid lineup:

Goalkeeper: Courtois
Defenders: Carvajal, Militão, Rudiger, Nacho
Socks: Modric, Kroos, Camavinga
Forwards: Valverde, Benzema and Vini Junior.

Team positions in the Spanish Championship

Barcelona are at the top of the Spanish Championship with 65 points, gained from 21 wins, two draws and two defeats.

Real Madrid is in second place with 56 scored in 17 wins, five draws and three defeats, a difference of nine points.

Top ten rankings. Photo: reproduction of the official league www. Laliga. With

Barcelona will have the singer’s logo on the kit

If you’re going to watch El Clásico this Sunday, keep an eye on the Barcelona kit. The club will print the logo of the new album by singer Rosalía, ‘Motomami’. The novelty drove fans who are also fans of the Spaniard crazy.

Barcelona has a partnership with Spotify, a music streaming platform. Therefore, the club from Catalonia decided to honor the singer who is also a fan of the team. Rosalía won the 2023 Grammy for the album ‘Motomami’ as “Best Latin Rock or Alternative Album”.

In October last year, players wore the uniform in honor of the American singer Drake.

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